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r rHE EVENLNG &TAJSDAKD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY H iglb M
( Clearance Sale Prices i
K- n For Just Two Days More J
?Lhat you want in Dry Goods MONDAY and II
TUESDAY at Greatly Reduced Prices. II
K Wednesday the Great ii
gj Embroidery and
N Underwear Sale u
mil be on. We can now foresee and hear the expressions
Kof pleasure and exclamations of surprise from the many 1
women who always come to this store for this class of U
goods. The spread of beautiful things this year surpasses II
all previous efforts. The wide embroidery flouncings are ,h
certainly works of art, and will be greatly in vogue! II
We shall see you
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
WHERE THE WOMEN TRADE f
j i , 1
For Editorial, llewi arid Society
Department, Call Only Phono No
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 56
Margaret Tout Browning will sing!
dounod's "Oh, Divine Redeemer."
I Massel's "Lead Me to Thee and ' The
Holy City," are praise numbers in the j
j First Presbyterian church at the even- j
Levi Edgar Young Professor Levi
Edgar Young of the lniver.sit of
Utah, will he the speaker at the Tab
.ernacle, Sunday A cordial invitation
it extended to the public to be pres
ent. Removal Sale Every artiele must
go regardless of cost before moving
Into our new location about Februarj
M 1, first door south Pingree bank Staf
ford Millinery Co
New Tenor William Orcenwell
212Q Harrison avenue, tenor singer in
the Tabernacle choir, is rejoicing over
the arrival of a new songster in his
home. The new tenor is an eight
H A Purd, Real Estate and in
' Burance, now located 247 Wash ave
' 2nd floor Phone 409.
Pure Food Show With the excep
tion of three, all booth spares on the
floor of the Kline building have been !
! taken b merchants and manufact- j
urers who will exhibit at the pure
food show to he held here during the
i week of January 20.
Those who "know which side their
"bread is buttered on" always insist
on the B & G product.
Manager Gos East James H.
Douglass, manager of the Boyle Fur- .
niture company, left yesterdav after- j
noon on a business trip to Chicago, i
Crand Rapids, 'ew York, Philadel
phia and other furniture markets.
No other bread lust as eood a-s Blue
Lecture In Fourth Ward Hyrum
! Belnap will lecture before the pnr-
! ent6' class of the Fourth ward tomor-
row morning at 10 o'clock. He will
, take for his subject, "The Training
of Children to Make Them Better i
Fa Green Fruit Trees wanted in 4-foot
P lengths, $4.50 rwr cord Ogden Pack
A lng & Provision Co
Marriage License last evening a I
. 1 marriage license was issued t Calvia
I D. Corbridge and Ethel 1. Bone of
H Lay ion.
Call 303 when you want beer, wines
oi liquors Foley's
Bohemian Club About 800 people
j were present at the regular monthh-
dance given by the Bohemian club at j
$ TAXES CHARGE 01
1 idmlrai Omrl- J. Badger.
Hoar Admiral Charlr ,1. Badger is
1 the newl appointed eommander-in-L'
chief of tlie Aalantic fleet The -s-Hi
sets of the fleet assembled recently
SB In Hampton Roads, Va , where Ad
mlral Osterhaus hauled down bis
flag a8 commfnidr-r-in-Chiel and
formally turned over his charge to
j. iJ h'B urconr Al'tei the ceremonies
the battleships; put under way for
Sjtts Guantanamo, Cuba, where they will
r 6prnd two months 1n practice.
I the Colonial aoadenr . The dance
program was made up of popular airs
rendered by an enlarged orchestra.
Punch and cake was served in the
Investigate our rreo introductory of-
fer on beers, wines and liquort. Fo
ley's. High Priests James W, Ure will
be the speaker at the monthly meet
ing of the High Priests, to bo held
in the Second ward meeting house,
Sunday morning, at 10:30 o'clock.
Cat, 421 for the news, editorial anrt
society departments of the Standard
Rea,; Estate to Be Sold In the
estate of Timothy O'Neill, deceased,
'Judge Howell has granted the peti
tion for the sale of certain real estate,
the probable alue of which is placed
at $2,250. The sale will be private
Old papers for sale at this office,
25c per hundred.
Case Continued HN stipulation, the
case of the Commercial National
bank of this city against tho Royal
Insurance company of Liverpool,
Kngland, has been continued for the
Soldiers Arrive Se enty-seven en
listed men from Jefferson barracks
arrived in Ogden todav on Denver &
Rio Grande train No. 5 and left im
mediatelv for Seattle, Wash., over
the Oregon Short Line. Two coaches
of soldiers from Fort Riley to San
Francisco passed through Ogden yes
Copper Millionaire ET-Senator W"
A Clark of Butte Mont . arrived In
Ogden this morning in his private car
and went at once to Salt Iake Re
is on his way to Los Angeles.
Picture Attracts Attention Sinrr
the story of the enlarged picture,
found in the waiting room of tho
depot was published in the Standard,
the engineer of the heating plant has
had sceral isitors who desired to
see the picture of the little girl.
Notaries Public On flle in the
county clerk's oflce todav are eerti
loatee from the secretary of state
granting commissions to George J
Kellv. .1. M. Hanson, E. A. Stratford
and G J. S Abels, as notaries public.
Case Continued The case of Or
lando Hadlock against Steven W'lg
gers ta al, was called for hearing in
fudge Harris division of the dstrtcl
'ourt this morning, bur was contin
ued until next week under an agree
ment by the attorneys. The suit was
instituted to recover $4 u for rent,
hay and pasture
Is Improving Mr F H Bogart. son
of C H Bogart, who was burnt out
I at Carlin a few weeks ago is progres
sing under the doctors care and will
I soon be about again.
Advertisers must have their copy
' adj for the Evening Standard Ihe
: evening before the day on 'hich .he
advertisement is to appear in order to
OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE
(Selling Prices )
Ogden. Utah. Jan 11. - Butter
i reamery, extra. in cartons, 35;
rcamery. firsts. 33. cooking, 30;
Cheese Eastern. 21; Utah. 18; Y.
A . 20.
Eggs Per case of 30 dozen. $7.00.
Sugar Beet, JGbu cane. $6.20.
New York Stock Let
Amalgamated copper ... . . 75 1-4
I American Beet Sugar 38
merican Cotton oil. hid . .. Tin S-4
' Amer SldHI & Refining . . 72 1 -2
American Sugai Refining 116 5-8
American Tel. & Tel 139 1-4
Anaconda Mining Go 38 3-8
I Atlantic Coast line ...... .132
Baltimore & Ohio 106 5-8
Brook I. mi Rapid Transit 91
Canadian Pacific . 2f,4 1 -8
Chesapeake & Ohio 78 1-4
Chicago & Northwestern . .137 7-8
I !bl( ago. Mil &St. Paul . 115 1 -S
Colorado Fuel Iron, bid . 34
Colorado & Southern, hid .. . 32 1-2
Delaware & Hudson, bid ..165
Denver & Rio Grande 21 7-8
Erie 31 3-4
j General Electric 184
I Great Northern, pfd 129 7-8
Great Northern Ore Ctfs. bid 10
Illinois Central . 128
nterborough-Met IS 1-8
Preferred 02 3-4
Inter Harvester . 110 1-8
Louisville & Nashville 141 7-8
I Missouri Pacific 42 1-4
! Missouri Pacific 2 1-4
'Missouri, Kansas & Texas ... 3S 1-S
Lehigh Valley 1G5 1-2
National Lead, bid 56
New York Central 108
Norfolk & Western, bid 113 7-S
Northern Paculc 120 3-4
Pennshania . 1223 1-8
People's Gas 115 3-8
Pullman Palace Car, bid .. 165
Rock Island Co 23 7-8
Preferred bid 44
Southern Pacific 106 T-4
Southern Railway 27 7-S
Union Pacific 160 1-2 I
United States Steel 67
Wabash 3 7-8
Western Union 75
Chicago, Tan 11 Shorts having
j covered pretty well on yesterday's war
scare, there was only a scattered de
mand at the start today, and prices
eaeed off May opened a shade high
er to 1-S lower at 93 3-8 to 93 1-8.
and sold to 93
ComtnisBion house buying helped
corn prices at the start, but when
this demand was satisfied prices de
I clined. May opened unchanged to
, 1-4 hlehor at 51 1-4 to 51 1-2 and
' sold to 51 1-S.
Oats were dull and steady, shorts
being the best buyers. May opened
I unchanged nt "M 1-8.
Liquidation by the longs on a lib
eral scale sent provisions down May
j pork opened 15 to 17 1-2 under yes
terday at IS 15 to 18.17 1-2; May lard
"i 1-2 to 10 down at 9,77 1-2 to 9 75.
and May ribs 10 lower at 9 70.
The close in wheat was easy, Mr
L-8S)l-4 under yesterdaj at 93 1-s
The close in corn was easv, Maj
3-8 down at 50 7-8.
Kansas City Livestock
Kansas City, Ian. 11 Cattle Re
ceipts 4u0, no southerns, market was
steady Native steers 7.00O9.J5;
southern steers 6 00cJ7.5f); southern
mws and heifers 3.76Q6.25; native
cows and heifers 3.76 7.76; stockers
and feeders 5 257.75. bulls 5.00(g
6 50. calves 6.5010 25; western,
steers 6.008.60; western cows 3.7G
6.50 Hogs Receipts S000; market
10 to 15 lower: bulk of sales 7 15 ,
7.36 heavy 7.307.40; packers and'
butchers 7.1607.36 : light 7.107.25;
pigs 6.2507 00. Sheep Receipts 500,
market steady Muttons 150000 j
lambs B.0009.20 ranr;r. wethers and
yearlings 6.0u8.00; range ewes 3.50
Chicago, Jan 1 Cattle Receipt-.
500; market dull and weak. Beeves
5.9009.40; Texas steers 4 70 1.85
western steers 5.7007.40; stockers i
and feeders 1.4007.60; rows and heif-'
ers 2.8507.60; calves 6.75010.75
Hogs Receipts 17,000, market dull,
10 to 15 lower than Friday's aver
age. Light 7.1507.42 1-2; mixed 7 1".,
07.40; heavy 7.05 07.42 1-2; rouch
7 0065 7.15; pigs 5. 7555 7.35; bulk of
sabs 7. 255 7.35 Sheep Receipts 2,-j
500; market weak at Friday's close (
Native 4.6606.15; we.-tern 1.7606.16
yearlings 6.3008.20; native lamb 6 -7555
9.20; western 6 90fl 9 20
New York Exchange.
New York, .Ian. 11 Money on call I
nominal, no loans Time loans Bteadj
GO days. 4 per cent; 90 days, 455 4 1-1
per cent; months, 4 1-4 per rent
Close; Prime mercantile paper 5 to
5 1-2 per cent. Sterling c-xehancc
Steady, With actual business in bank- '
ers' bills at 4.83 25 for 60 day blils.
and at 1.S7 for demand. Commercial ;
bills 4 S2 1-2 Bar slher. 63 5-8 Gov- ,
eminent bonds steady; railroad bonds
New York Jan 11. The metal mar- j
kets were nominally unchanged Iake
copper 17.50017.87 1-2: electrolytic
! 17. 5057 17.75; "casting 17.12 1-2017.-37
1-2. Iron unchanged.
St. Louis, Jan 11 Wool steady,
territory and western mediums 21 ra
25; fine mediums 18020; fine 13
I , ,
LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA
.Mr and Mrs C (I Bogan and
daughter and Mrs P P Means Lef1
last evening on No 5 over the South
ern Pacific for California Mr and
Mrs. Bogart return to th'dr home in
I'p'sno and Mrs Means resides at
Mrs Bogart and Mrs Means have
been visiting for three weeks with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs C H Bo
gart, 238 Twenty-third street
MUSICALE AND DANCE.
Miss Bessie Blair entertained a par
ly of friends last evening at her home
on Royal avenue Luncheon a. is
served, and dancing was indulged in j
until a late hour.
Numbers for the program were ci
en by the Misses Minnie Brown, Crel
la Tusker and the hostess Miss Bes
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
LINDSTROM lohn Llndstrom.
aged 7o, died ye6torda a'lernoon at
2 o'clock at the family residence 526
Twenty -second street. Death was
due to tvphoid pneumonia of which
he had been III for three weeks Mr,
Llndstrom came from Dale Creek,
o. last June to make his home In
Ogden He is survived by a wife and
the following children Axel and
George Llndstrom of Ogden; Edwin
Llndstrom of Molson, Wash ; Miss
Manda Llndstrom of Ogden and Mi
1 .id. i Townson of Laramie, YVyo The
body will lie In state today and until
5 o'clock rouiorrow afternoon (Then it
will be shipped to Dale Creek for
"What work do you like? '
"Lineman for a srirsloss, or picking)
flowers from centUf) plants."
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT
In the DiBtrict Court of the Second
Judicial District, in and for the
County of Weber, State of Utah.
In the Matter of the Estate of Tlm-
. ? pp
GREAT SALE op UNDERMUSLINS MONDAY I
GjO AH GOODS " I
IHi tilGH CLASS GARMENTS AT LOW PRICES I
IPSJ 1 I I PP DRAWERS- K;HT GOWNS I
ill Ik III V-' '" a V, , N ' x1''"sni ftS8ortmen1 of In ;i greal variety of styles, in-
E'i vi 'Ev llllll styles; made of fine nainsook, in- eluding empire, slip-over, high ,
pi ' JV ImM eluding the .t in Isabella, Dor- neck, ' neck, -tc . made t' fine
f&''''W.p: '' r&B)&Clll' I' -,IV s,';l''til tiiitTow nainsook or i-ninbrie. and artisti-
YMWJj irolwWPffl Drawers All si.s m 11,. , calls designed; prettilv trimmed.
WWW fHISwih Sa,e IH('CS Sale Prices I
- CORSET COVERS WHITE WAISTS H
L.irge collection of styles aho" Eretty designs in the latest white?
CHFri Al Cii r BhapeS; tastefully trimmed -with waists ll sTylishandgreatv.il-
rLCIAL bALt (Jt ace and embroidery. The variety lies. These Waists are worthy
is large and you will find just your attention Ghoose early while I
..... . . whal you seek. All sizes. the hest are heir I
H ANHIFPH'FQ Sale Prices- Sale Prices-
1 Irli Lgia-flVJ I B J 29c, 39c, 69c, 99c 79c, 99c, $1.29, $1.69
Monday we will offer hundreds of NjghtGowns $WM Bloomers ? 239
pretty handkerchiefs which were Combinations ....$13.95 Vests $1.79, $2.29 I
I left over from the Christmas trade. 1'RIXCESS SLIPS COMBINATIONS - H
-pi , . , ... ' roiit values for the good. All Including princess styles, combin- I
J hese are bargains that you Will not made m the best of style and in Lng corsei covers and drivers or I
fine matt-rials oi nainsook or cam- , k ,
get again At 29c Each brie. skirt and corset covers I
Sale Prices aIe Prices L
Regular values 50c and 75c. fU9j X1 $2.59 69c, 79c, 89c, 99c j
MEXICAN DRAWN- PETTICOATS
WORM PSsSnGTCJJTS 11 t, ii embraces
XlHrvHu jSUMMHHBSSVfl lim- batiste. India linen or
n asunai.k Bf MWMVW Mm IWl W U vSmfGk nains('ok ,n rither Plain ,or
,,!:,,.,. Mifff mm m W mmBva w m WBmm
it, ,,.- mW JaU T 2l.wJ m za. W. vmM tii.-s,.
othy O'N'ell, Deceased. i
Notice is herehy phen. that in pur-
suance of an Order of the District.
Court oi Weber County, State of
I'tah, made on the 3rd day of Janu
ary. 1913, in the matter of the estate
of Timothy O'Neil, deceased, the un
dersigned. Administrator with the I
Will annexed of the nhove estate, will
sell at Private Sale, in one parcel, to
the highest bidder, upon the terms
and conditions hereinafter mentioned,
subject to confirmation by the said
i District Court, on or after the 25th
May of January, 191::, all of the right.
I title, interest and estate of the t-aid
Timothy O'Neil. at the time of his
I death, in and to the real property
I hereafter described and all the right,
title and Interest ihnf the said estate
has. by operation of law, or other-
wise acquired, other than. In addition
to that of said deceased, of. in, and
to that certain lot, piece and parcel of
land. situat lying anil holm; in the
Countj of Weber, State "f (Jtab and
more particularly described as fol
A part of the past one-half of the
I North West Qufrter of Section 26.
Township .", North Range One I 1 i
West. I' S Survey;
rtoginning at the S. K. coiner o
said lot on the ICast and West center I
line of said Section LT. at a point 4.50
chains West of North and South cen
ror line of said Sit linn 26 tlu-nre
North to County road and ou center
of said Section SB; thence North to
County road and on center of s od
rond 14.55 chains to center of street,
running W and deai the c p r. r.
I line and its crossings: thence . st
on center of said Street 1070 chains
to land owned hv Charles Stoddard;
theme S "". chains, thence WVst
1 chain, thence S 10.03 chains,
thence Kast on Section renter line
11.55 chains to placv of lininnln-.
Excepting from above described
hmds, beginning at a point 7r ft
West or S. E. comer of N". VY quar
ter of said Section 26, and running
thence North 800 ft to a ditch
thence South Easterly along Bald
ditch 229 ft. thonc North 2 degrees
80 nilnnfr-s E38S1 '"T u to the- Count!
road along O. P- K. R.; thenc. North!
Westerly along said road rn ft.; I
thence South 1 degrees 17 minutes Y
118 ft; thence North 85 degrees In1
minutes W. 105 f t thence S. 13 de
grees 25 mlnutos B. 59 ft.; thence S
3 degrees E. 292 ft : thence S. 8G de
greea 25 minutes w. su it.: thence
S. 1 degree 2 minutes W r.nn ft., to
the S. Lino of Quarter Section;
thence E. 265 ft. to place of begin
ning together with all wator rights
used in connection with said lands,
All water used on said land ami be
longing and appertaining thereto Is
included with the said real estate.
Terms and conditions of sale:
Cash as follows; (20 per cent) twen
ty 1 1 (tit of the purchase uione to
be paid at the time of sale; the bal
ance 11 pun the confirmation of the
sale. The purchaser to assume the
payment of. and take the property
subject to the County taxes, and all
assessments of whatsoever name or
nature, which are now. or may be
come hereafter chargeable or a lien
against the property purchased by
All luils and offer- must he in writ-j
Ing. and may l left at the law of- 1
flee of Joseph Chez, Ksrj , Attorney
for the said Administrator with the
Will annexed, at his oftice. rooms 1
103-404 First National Bank Building
f) ;iirn Utah, or may be delivered to
tho undersigned administrator with
the Will annexed, personally, at any
time after the first publication of this!
notice and hefore the making of Mo
saic. The right is rescred to reject
Dated January loth, 1918
GEORGE S BARKER,
Administrator With Will Annexed 1
of Estate of Timothy O Neil. De- j
Attorney for Estate.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second
Judcial DiBtrict. In and for the j
County of Weber, State of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of
Horace N. Oweu. Deceased
Creditors will present claims t it h
Vouchers to the Undersigned Execu
tors ;o 1 In- I .aw 1 ) t f i 1 'S f Joseph
t hi Esq., Rooms 403-404 first 'a
tiona'l Bank Building. Ogden. Utah, on
Or before the 15th day ot May. A. D.,
Dated January 11. 1913
MIC HIE BADGER
GEORGE ? BARKER.
Kvconlnrs I '
JOSEPH ' HBZ
Attorneys for Estat.-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District, in and for the
County of Weber, State of Utah.
In the matter or the -tate of Rob
ert r Todd. Deceased
1 redltora will present claims with
vouchers to the Undersigned Admln
Istratrlx at the I-' Offices of Jo
rph Chez. Esq.. Rooms 40.1-104 First
National Bank Building. Ogden, Utah. I
on or before the 15th day of May. A.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH A THREE-INCH
NUT FOR FURNACE PURPOSES AT THE RATE OF
$3.50, DELIVERED MORE HEAT, MORE COAL AND
LESS SOOT THAN ANY OTHER COAL. j
LUMP $4.25 at Yard, $5.00 Delivered
5" NUT $3.75 at Yard, $4.50 Delivered
SLACK $2 50 at Yard, $3.00 Delivered
FRANK MOORE COAL COMPANY H
WE WHITE OUR OWN ADS. j H
We pay only half as much rent as competitors, I
we work ourselves isn't it commonsense for
us ro sell you more Quality and Service for
your money than others can?
ELECTRIC SERVICE CO, I
Up 24th St. Phone 88
Our Mazdas Stand Both Jolts and Volts
Dated January 11. 1913.
MARY E. TODD.
Attorney for Estate j
In the District Court of the Secoud j
Judicial District of the State of Utah,
1 1 11 and for the County of Weber.
R. T Harris. Plaintiff, vs. Mar.ynrot
E. Overton J. J. Brummltt, lAiin
Brummltt. his wife. Yolkor-Srown o i
Lumber company, a corporation, and
n B Qoddard, Defendants
I To bo sold at Sheriff's Sale, on the j
3rd day of February. 1913, at twelve I
o'cloek noon, at the front door of the j
County Court House. In Ogden. Weber
Countv, Utah. I
The west half of Lot -'t) Twenty I
six and all of Lot Twenty seven in
Rlork Three, In Kind's addition to Og-
den City, Weber eountv, 1'tah.
Together with all tenements, hered
itaments and appurtenances thereun
to belonging or In any wise appertain-
Situated in Wober County. lTtah.
E. E. HARRISON'. Sheriff.
T. A DoVlne. Deputy Sheriff I
Ogden, Utah. January 11. 191S. if
Road Ibe Claeelfled Ads.